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Lt. Gen. (Retired) James R. Helmly
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2006 National Capitol Reenlistment Conference Pictures
We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident…
Soldiers listen intentively as the prepare for the 2006 NCRC Ceremony
Soldiers receive instruction as the prepare for the ceremony
Major Gerdes stands ready to start the ceremony
Army Reserve Soldiers on the steps of the National Capitol Building
Soldiers stand at “Parade Rest” as the wait for the 1st National Capitol Reenlistment Ceremony to begin.
I, (name), do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies,…
Family and Honored Guest await the ceremony
Soldiers watch as Lt. Gen. Hemly sign documentation
Touring the National Capitol Region
Soldiers and Family take in the sites while touring the NCR
Soldiers and Family view the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Part of the tour included a stop at the Korean War Veterans Memorial
Vietnam Veterans Statue
Soldiers from the Army Reserve Careers Division enoy the National Capitol, Washington Monument in th background
Soldiers take time to take a picture in front of the white House
Welcoming participants to the evening social
Soldiers and family pose for pictures
Soldiers and family pose with Lt. Gen Helmly.
Participants Pose for the camera!
Participant show whats left of their meal.
One for the Camera
Enjoying the evening social.
Soldiers and guest were enjoyed the evening social.
Soldiers and guest enjoy a bit to eat.
Soldiers and Family member enjoy refreshment at an evening social
A View of the National Capitol Region
Family members enjoy a tour of the National Capitol Region
Soldiers and Family members visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Soldiers and Family pose for a picture in front of the White House
Soldier take the Oath of Re-enlistment
Family and guest watch as Soldiers take the oath.
SMA Preston talk with Army Reserve Soldier, Sgt. Jose Mendoza.